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Portwest first to market in EU and USA with revolutionary hard hat

Fri, May 27, 2016

Mayo based company Portwest, Europe’s leading manufacturer of personal protective clothing and equipment, is the first to market in Europe and America with a new revolutionary head protection product. The peak view translucent hard hat is an improved modern design on the traditional hard shell protective helmet that allows wearers maximum peripheral vision. It is perfect for companies which are seeking to improve their culture of health and safety.

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It Music has the west in tune

Fri, May 27, 2016

It Music, the west’s best music store has now relocated to Linenhall Street, Castlebar. The store has been increasing its range of products and suppliers since 2010 and is now comparable to the larger stores in Dublin.

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Castlebar pair are the first to graduate as a jewellery experts in Ireland

Fri, May 20, 2016

Last week Sabrina Cunningham and Regina Kerrane, both living in Castlebar, graduated with the first wave of jewellery experts in Ireland. The Retail Jewellers of Ireland teamed up with the Company of Goldsmiths to present certificates to 11 graduates. These graduates become the first to have the knowledge and experience to work and sell jewellery in Ireland. Presenting the certificates in Dublin Castle was the assay master, Ana Izquierdo.

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Mayo XL stores take top prizes at prestigious XL Store of the Year Awards

Fri, May 20, 2016

McDonnell’s XL and Clarke’s XL stores were honoured for excellence at the recent prestigious XL Store of the Year Awards.

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Mayo stage great escape

Fri, May 06, 2016

GAA: Connacht JFC semi-final

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New York footballers almost do a Leicester City on Roscommon

Fri, May 06, 2016

All week long we have heard truly terrific accounts of how Leicester City and Claudio Ranieri shocked the soccer world by winning their first Premiership title. From almost being relegated last season, to beating hands down the enormously high spending teams in the league such as Manchester City, Man United, and Chelsea with a collection of off-cuts and rising talents is a tremendous achievement and once again proves what can be achieved by any group of sports players, in any code, if they really knuckle down, start believing in themselves, and get some fair winds behind them.

The difference in financial muscle between the big few clubs and the usual “Also Rans” can be understood by a statistic that Sporting Intelligence had during the week that calculated that Manchester United have spent more on new players in the two-year reign of their current manager, than Leicester have in their 132-year existence. Indeed the fact that Leicester were still 1,000-1 to win the title three months into the season while they were haring away at the top of the Premiership only proves how slow our perception of things is to change, even when a new reality is dawning in front of our very own eyes.

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McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrates tenth birthday with local teams and families

Fri, Apr 29, 2016

McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrated its 10th birthday recently with local families and members of sports teams sponsored by Seamus Gallagher and Danny McHugh, owners of the motor services site.

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McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrates tenth birthday with local teams and families

Fri, Apr 29, 2016

McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrated its 10th birthday recently with local families and members of sports teams sponsored by Seamus Gallagher and Danny McHugh, owners of the motor services site.

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Does your business need extra storage space on-site or off?

Fri, Apr 29, 2016

If your business needs extra storage, Titan Containers, Oranmore, is on hand to protect your stock. Be it furniture, appliances, cold storage units, or anything else taking up your much needed room, Titan Containers has got the extra space you need.

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Achill Entrepreneur welcomes Ireland’s involvement in the Paris Agreement

Fri, Apr 29, 2016

Achill Entrepreneur Michael Bradley, CEO of Irish renewable energy company Solar 21, welcomes Ireland’s involvement in the Paris Agreement as a landmark agreement on climate change. “The issue of reaching our 2020 targets needs immediate and concentrated attention,” said Achill native Mr Bradley, and has some strong thoughts on Ireland’s involvements in the Paris Agreement, which was signed in New York on Friday last, and what the future might hold for sustainable energy in Ireland.

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Get to know your fellow businesswomen at Networking with a Twist in the Plaza

Fri, Apr 22, 2016

Network Mayo has launched its 2016 calendar of events which continues with a fun, getting to know each other, Networking with a Twist event in the Plaza Hotel, Westport, on Tuesday April 26. Anne Conlon of All About Sales will facilitate the night. Ms Conlon is an experienced sales trainer having worked specifically in this area for 25 years. She will kick off this April event with a short presentation on building confidence.

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Food Works Ireland open to Mayo’s food and drink entrepreneurs

Fri, Apr 22, 2016

The search for Mayo’s budding food and drink entrepreneurs is gathering pace, as the countdown begins to the Food Works Ireland 2016 closing date for applications. Food and drinks entrepreneurs and those with a concept for a start up business in the sector are being urged to put themselves forward for this year’s Food Works programme. The programme is jointly run by Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland and Teagasc and aims to helps start-ups develop a successful and scalable global food business. The closing date for applications is May 10.

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